Check out the latest news from the Trust below...
Girls Go Wild at Norbury Park!
Tuesday 18th October, 2016
Making mud pies, building dens and dressing up as slugs - more than 550 girls from Girlguiding Surrey had fun going wild in the country at the weekend.
Surrey’s Wildest Gardeners Revealed!
Tuesday 11th October, 2016
Piles of dead wood, long grass, bee hives and ponds – just some of the wildlife-friendly features that impressed the judges of Surrey Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Garden Awards 2016.
Join Our Army of Volunteers - Wildlife Needs You!
Monday 10th October, 2016
Fun, friendship, fitness and finding hidden talents – volunteering for wildlife has so much to offer. And now Surrey Wildlife Trust is on the hunt for new recruits to join its small army of volunteers.
Raffle Winners off to Bonnie Scotland as New Education Centre Takes Shape!
Monday 3rd October, 2016
A tour of the exciting new building project at Nower Wood was in store for the winners of Surrey Wildlife Trust’s fund-raising raffle - but soon they’ll be off to bonnie Scotland!
Systra - Bronze Partners
Sunday 2nd October, 2016
Systra Ltd, a world leading rail and urban transport specialist, are the latest company to demonstrate their support of us by joining us as Bronze Partners.
Christmas Raffle 2015
Saturday 1st October, 2016
Our Christmas raffle wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of all our lovely local business supporters.
BBC Spotlight on Harvest Mouse Project!
Monday 26th September, 2016
The hunt was on for the elusive harvest mouse as the BBC’s Countryfile team descended on one of Surrey Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves near Godalming.
Volunteers Haul Whole Heap of Rubbish out of Woking River!
Thursday 22nd September, 2016
A fire extinguisher, a rusty water tank, motorbike parts and an old car seat were among the items dragged out of the Hoe Stream by volunteers in Woking.
Crowds Turn out to See Sawmill Secrets!
Wednesday 21st September, 2016
Nearly 1,000 people flocked to Norbury Park near Dorking, as Surrey Wildlife Trust’s traditional timber sawmill threw open its gates for its biggest open day yet.
New study finds more than one in ten UK species threatened with extinction.
Wednesday 14th September, 2016
It’s not too late to save UK nature but we must act now - that is the conclusion from a coalition of more than 50 leading wildlife and research organisations behind the State of Nature 2016 report.